The Baltic Shipyard has completed the inclining test conducted as part of the mooring tests of the Academic Lomonosov world’s first floating nuclear power plant (FNPP).
The ship is designed to provide mine protection of naval bases, coastal sea areas, detect and destroy mines of all kinds, provide, mine protection for ships in transit, exclusive economic zone and mineral deposits at sea, carry out mine reconnaissance, lay minefields. During low mine threat periods, the ships can be used both for protection of a water area and training purposes.
|Main propulsion plant:||
2 x 2500 hp diesels
2 x CPPs
2 x PU-100F bow thrusters
2 x VPK-90F/70 retractable stern azimuth thrusters
|Special equipment:||Dynamic positioning system|
|Artillery:||1 x 30 mm AK-306 CIWS|
|Air defense:||8 x MANPADS|
1 x 14.5 mm MTUP machine guns or 2 x 12.7 mm
6P59 machine guns
1 x GKT-2 or GOKT-1 contact sweep
1 x SHAT-U acoustic sweep
|Mine detection and destruction system:||1 x DIEZ-12700E automated system for mine countermeasures operation control 1 x LIVADIA-ME mine-detection sonar 2 x Alister 9-type AUVs 2 x K-Ster I-type ROVs 10 x K-Ster C-type ROVs 1 x Inspector-MK2-type MCM unmanned surface vehicle|